Globalization Essay Topics

To What Extent Can the Assertion That Globalisation Is Exploitative Be Justified?

Introduction What is globalisation? Globalisation is the exchange of goods and services between nations. Many things can be ‘globalised’-goods, services, money, people, information, effects on the international order as well as less tangible things such as ideas, behavioural norms and cultural practices. This makes most nations increasingly dependent on each other. There are organisations that… View Article

“Globalization” or “inter-nationalization”

‘Whether we call it “globalization” or “inter-nationalization”, very few people, organizations or states stand to benefit’ To what extent do you agree with this statement? Globalization is without doubt it is a “buzz” word of the time – it is a word that seems to be constantly mentioned in the news on the television or… View Article

Globalisation of GAP

An investigation into how Gap inc. has expanded into global markets and to what extent has this been successful? Gap was founded in 1969 by Donald Fisher and Doris Fisher. The name came from the growing differences between children and adults, called “the generation gap. The Fishers had been frustrated with the lack of decent… View Article

A Study of Globalisation

Executive Summary This paper attempts to make sense of globalisation from a social and business perspective. Initially I will talk briefly about globalisation within our community and the different stand points those communities and individuals have taken; for and against globalisation. I will then talk about the multinational companies that have made the phenomenon of… View Article

What is Globalisation?

Globalisation is defined as “tightening international linkages on a world-wide scale”. (De Wit and Meyer, 1988). As barriers to the movement of capital and tariffs are eliminated, some global organisations providing typically standardised products to world markets have in the extreme, become more powerful than nation states. (Dicken, 1998). The global firm, as opposed to… View Article

Macroeconomics – Globalisation

“For its supporters, globalisation describes a dream of opportunity and prosperity. For its opponents, it denotes a nightmare of greed and inequality” Explain the term globalisation and the factors that may have contributed to the process. Globalisation can be defined as the integration of the world’s economies into a single international market, as local and… View Article

Pros and Cons of Globalization

Former CEO of Vodafone Group, Mr. Arun Sarin, at the 2009 Global Business Forum debated that there is a profound change occurring in the world today. The world is becoming more interconnected due not only to physical infrastructure but also the intellectual and software infrastructure that is being built; moreover, the way in that trade… View Article

Globalization is only for Developed Countries

In the 1990s, the term globalization gained the popularity. At that time, globalization had become phenomena with an aura of an elemental force, almost similar to that of time and gravity. In simple words Globalization means that the same products will be available in all the countries of the world. It also means economic integration… View Article

Globalization and Industrialized Countries

As globalization ‘can be seen as being a condition resulting from a long history of international exploration, invasion and colonization, fuelled by economic, military, religious and political interests, and enabled through enormous developments in transport and communications technologies’ (Evans 1997:12). The industrialized environment has transformed drastically since the advent of globalization. Industrialized countries have undertaken… View Article

The impact of globalization

This paper has discussed the impact of globalization on the changing patterns of work in industrialized countries. We have discussed the concept of globalization as it has made promise for companies to work on a real-time basis, whereby products and services are conveyed to the right place at the right time. We further discussed Competitiveness… View Article

Examining Globalization and Imperialism’s Parallelism

Introduction             Globalization cannot be merely described as a one-time event. Neither can it be defined as a pure passing fad nor a made-up term invented by various economic experts. Globalization is a social experience that has been predicted and expected to occur at the turn of the century. In recent years, it can be… View Article

Ethics and Islam

The interpretation of secular vs. religious ethics is always interesting, when we try to understand which of the two deserve our support. Obviously, both ethical philosophies have the right to exist among us, but the provisions of the religious ethics in Said Nursi’s vision are not only unique, but are sometimes surprising, and are sometimes… View Article

Globalization And National Culture: A Chinese Dilemma

The authors have discussed transformation of Chinese culture and its impact for Chinese individual in the wake of modernization and economic growth. The authors are concerned about the ethnic minorities that make up modern China; and the changing Chinese cultural landscape where ancient traditions are becoming obsolete in the wake of modernization.  The article depicts… View Article

Report on UK Bank

Background  The globalisation of business has led to changes of great significance in the business world. The emergence of China and India as centres of manufacturing and services, with equal skills and fractional costs, have led to significant global migration work and far-reaching realignment in the British basket of financial services. In this globalised scenario,… View Article